I decided to start a new series about ‘Living abroad’ and my experiences since my relocation to London 1.5 years ago. Please feel free to drop me any questions you might be interested in to be answered.
Today’s kick-off post is about London’s beauty and I’m going to share some pictures with you I made. The last ones from St. Paul’s were made recently (yesterday + today) and have shown me why I love this city so much: it let me become touristy every once in a while 🙂
You can find a couple of lovely pubs right by the river – stunning, beautiful and so relaxing. Give it a try next summer.
The Wildflower Cafe in Notting Hill is one of my favourite spots for breakfast and coffee – especially on a lazy Sunday or right before a Portobello Road Market stroll on a Saturday.
This picture sums up London perfectly for me – you see St. Paul’s Cathedral in the back, the classical double-decker red bus in the middle and two black Cabs in the front.
Do you have any lovely pictures to share? Would love to see them – you can also tag me on Facebook or Instagram.
P.S. Yes, Tower Bridge and some other classics are missing but I’m going to make some more posts about this topic 🙂 So, stay tuned.